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Bristol Myers and Squibb – Kev’s Favourite

Monday, March 13th, 2017 - Graphics, Interior, Our Team, Print

We asked our staff to pick their favourite 15 projects to celebrate our 15th anniversary this year.

Unfortunately we do not have permission to share the photos of this project with you but that doesn’t mean we’re not proud of it. Especially Kev, as his choice for this week’s favourite.

“Bristol Myers and Squibb is my favourite job just because it was so varied, it was all different.

I got to use all the skills that I’d learned since I started here and really test them to the limit. Which is something I’m quite proud of on reflection.

Using a lot of different media, making sure everything lined up, doing a lot of art working and working out the best way to cut it all on the Zund  – it was a complex job to do but nice when it all gets done and the clients happy. After all the blood sweat and tears, the graphics looked stunning.

We’d just got the Zund Cutter as well so it was fun using a new, and really quite epic, bit of kit. We had thought about getting a couple of things cut externally but we realised we could do it better in house which was quite a point of pride.”

Bristol Myers Squibb consisted of:

Project included, multi layered manifestations, optically clear atrium glazing graphics, bespoke acrylic wayfinding signage, Nak Nak room numbering system and “The Street”, a show stopping reception graphic that crosses walls, columns windows and rises over two floors.


Kevin Tungatt has been Digital Operator for what feels like an eternity, but is actually just coming up for two years.

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